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Robbins joins salon Allison Robbins has joined Still Cuttin’ Up salon, located at 365 S. Fourth St. Robbins does cuts, colors and waxes. She attended Durham’s beauty school. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and...
BCTC students are scholarship recipients LEXINGTON — Two students from Bluegrass Community & Technical College have been selected as 2012Coca-ColaCommunity College Academic Team Scholars. Out of 1,700 applicants, Brandon Smith was selected as a...
Eight Clark County students recently accepted merit-based scholarships to attend Eastern Kentucky University for the fall 2012 semester. The Excellence and Founders awards, Regents, Presidential and Merit scholarships are for incoming freshmen. The...
West High students win state economics competition Four students from West Jessamine High School won first place in the state economics competition March 27. These students, along with their coach, Wayne Stevens, will receive the state championship...
Honor society Amber Lynne Wiley, daughter of Debbie and Tony Lawson of Harrodsburg and Mike Wiley of Pikeville, was inducted into Eastern Kentucky University’s chapter of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society on April 6. Phi Kappa Phi is the...
East Jessamine Middle inducts new members of Junior Beta Club East Jessamine Middle School inducted 43 new members to the National Junior Beta Club on Wednesday, April 11, bringing the Junior Beta Club enrollment to 63 members. To belong to the...
Dr. John Baron Smith of Hazard, a board-eligible radiologist, has joined the staff of the Clark County Hospital. A graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Louisville medical school, Smith received his postgraduate training at the...
email@example.comEast Middle students win in poster contest East Jessamine Middle School gifted and talented students participated in the annual Kentucky JumpStart Coalition poster contest for Kentucky Saves Week. Two EJMS students — seventh-grader Makayla Wade and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMathew Komara of the Wilmore Police Department was one of 25 officers to graduate from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training. The 25 officers of Class 430 completed 18 weeks of training, which consisted of more than 750...
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email@example.comHARRODSBURG — Miranda Goodlett was a fifth grader at Camp Dick Robinson Elementary in Garrard County when she decided she wanted to become a teacher. A dozen years later Goodlett was a senior at Eastern Kentucky University, close to earning her...
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